ARE you a carer, supporter or family member of someone with mental health problems or learning disabilities?

are holding this event, to reach out to people and say ‘you’re not alone’.

Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is holding events in celebration of Carers Rights Day on November 25.

Carers Rights Day is a national event to help carers in their local community to know their rights and find out how to get the help and support they are entitled to.

The events will be a chance to meet local mental health teams, meet other carers and ask questions and make comments.

The events will be held on 25 November, at Mill View Hospital, Neville Road, Hove, from 2:45 to 4:15pm and Langley Green Hospital, Martyrs Avenue, Crawley 2:00 to 4:00pm. There will also be information stands and chances to talk to the teams at Sussex Partnership clinics across the east of the county.

Diane Hull, executive director of nursing and patient experience, who will be at Langley Green Hospital for their event, said: “Caring or supporting someone can be really rewarding but there are also times when it is desperately exhausting, difficult or lonely. We want to make sure we are listening to and supporting the people who keep our patients going as well as our patients. That’s why we